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Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Malolo Island, Fiji

Like a tiny emerald drifting in the sapphire South Pacific, Malolo Island—part of Fiji's Mamanuca Archipelago—beckons under the brilliant sunlight, and Likuliku Lagoon Resort welcomes you with breathtaking beauty. Seamlessly incorporated into its surroundings, the resort's 45 thatched-roof bures instantly put you in touch with the relaxing atmosphere, whether you stay right on the beachfront or in one of Fiji's only over-water bures. With harmonious traditional architecture and design, each bure is open to the outdoors, with elegant woodwork throughout. Plush beds keep you comfortable at night, while furnished private decks are the perfect place to spend an afternoon. Indoor/outdoor showers and tubs overlooking the ocean present you with the complete island experience, and the modern entertainment amenities ensure the perfect escape. Let Likuliku Lagoon Resort show you paradise, and let your mind and body experience true bliss.

As the sun rises and warms the ocean, head to Tatadra Spa to completely unwind and melt into a full body massage. Order the perfect cocktail before stretching out next to the horizon-edge swimming pool, or sip your drink as you luxuriate in the soothing waters of the mini-whirlpools. With the smooth sands calling, stretch out on the beach to soak in the sun, or dive into the waters for a day of swimming and various water activities. Venture out on a magnificent island-hopping tour, enjoy an afternoon of sport fishing, or head out for a relaxing trip looking for playful dolphins. Endless stunning dive sites around the island call for a full day of adventure and exploration, from vibrant reefs to stunning shipwrecks and shark encounters, and you can return to the resort to snorkel in the lagoon. Spend calm evenings savoring an enchanting restaurant menu, created daily and featuring local seafood and fine fresh ingredients, then sip a Fiji-inspired cocktail at Masima Bar and watch the sun set majestically over the unforgettable scenery of Likuliku Lagoon.

Location of Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Malolo Island, Fiji

Nearest Airport: NAN

Amenities for Likuliku Lagoon Resort

  • General Information
  • 45 Guest Rooms
  • Adults Only
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Picnics
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Media Room
  • Laundry Service
  • Heliport
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Music & Movie Library
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Whirlpools
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Private Courtyards
  • Private Decks
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Water Skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Parasailing
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Boat Excursions
  • Jet Skiing
  • Business
  • Meeting Room
  • Interests
  • Beach

Reviews for Likuliku Lagoon Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What an unbelievable and unforgettable place. Not the cheapest, but you get more than what you pay for. The people are the friendliest we've ever met, and so welcoming. They remember your name even before you've arrived. The food was exceptional every meal. We stayed for 8 nights but could have easily stayed for more.We chose the deluxe beachfront villa (16) with its own plunge pool, which was great to freshen off after a snorkel in the lagoon. We thought that the over water Bure's were nice, but didn't fancy the extra walk out along the timber board walk (that gets very hot on bare feet). Although we spoke with other guests that loved being out over the water with their own private access straight onto the reef. When asked to fill out a survey at the end of our stay and they asked what could they do to improve, my wife and I were improvements necessary. Special thanks to Sia (environmentalist) for taking me out to find wild Iguanas. What a treat. And to Ili from activities for the cultural walk and showing me their sacred sites. To Opetti for our village tour, and thanks also to the villagers for letting us into their lives. To Samu for taking us out to our Honeymoon island picnic and waiting patiently offshore till we had finished. to Pei and the other restaurant staff for always going out of your way to ensure we were looked after and surprised us with our "happy anniversary" cake and song. Highlights that we loved...the 3 hr Island hopper to Monriki Island (where Cast away was filmed) which also included numerous other islands and snorkelling that finished off at the best selection of hard and soft coral and fishwife on Mushroom reef. The Honeymoon island picnic was awesome, but don't request to much food otherwise theres not enough time to enjoy the island. Castaway wall was another great snorkel trip. This place is friendly, beautiful, absolutely spotlessly clean, quiet, and although the place was full, we often felt like the only guests there. We're already searching our calendar for the next available date to return. Oh and another thanks to Seta for all your assistance from the moment we landed to the moment we left. I wish I could remember every staff member, and I would thank them all because you always got a "Bula" and warm help whoever you came across.

JayandKaz - Noosa, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stayed here for 2 nights (August) in an over water bure as part of our Honeymoon. The room and views were stunning…something I’d only ever seen in pictures before! We booked a snorkelling excursion with the team at the resort and they were all fun and friendly - we had a lovely time. I'd mentioned in the boat out that I wanted to see turtles so they helped us look for some and we saw a few!! The food options for each meal were good - we both loved the lobster special, definitely my favourite. In general it’s a lovely place to go and I would 100% recommend it if you are looking for a quiet romantic break. The service was very good although at times we thought it was a bit slow. Before liku liku we had visited blue lagoon and paradise cove and in comparison the staff were not as inclusive; perhaps because it’s a quieter resort with couples who like their space. We still enjoyed it very much, don’t regret spending the money and would recommend it to others.

Priya A

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Yes I Like A LikuLiku. First off just to say it I had Bronchitis beginning the first day I arrived. That being said I still enjoyed my stay at LikuLiku. Although I was ill most of the time and ended up at the doctor's office twice (once upon returning to the main island), I had a lovely time. The snorkeling directly off the beach is fantastic for marine life (fish, eel, sting rays, turtles...etc). The food is above par (probably in the top 5 in Fiji and better than most food in Tahiti). The staff is lovely despite my moodiness due to the bronchitis. Our Bur was a beachfront although they switched us to a Deluce beachfront on the 3rd day due to technical issues. The only suggestion I have for rooms is to get a room between 29-46 (one side seems to be nicer beach front than the other side). Would I spring for a overwater Bur? Probably not, the tide goes out for a few hours a day which means if you are not one of the last 4 Burs you are over muddy sand which can smell a little at times. Get a deluxe beach front between 29-46 and you will be happy. Also bear in mind that this resort is not a silky sand beach so if that is what you are after probably not the one to pick. The food, water/snorkeling, service, trips and Burs are why you want to go though. The sunset bar is gorgeous to watch the sun go down while having a cocktail. Yes I was sick the entire time and although I had to basically go to bed after dinner I still managed to snorkel, swim and bask in the sun during the day with the help of antibiotics and cold and flu tablets. It is a gorgeous place to be and I was not going to allow a little illness get in the way of enjoying myself. Other couples that had stayed at Royal Davui said that this was a step up and preferred LikuLiku. Only complaint I can make is with the Doctor at Castaway that did not think I had Bronchitis yet, 3 days later in Nadi the Doctor was having kittens and prescribing me new antibiotics as the Bronchitis had gotten so bad he did not want me getting on an Airplane. All that being said would I recommend this place? Yes and I already have to a few of my friends. Go you won't be disappointed.

slefleur - Toronto, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My husband and I went for our mini-moon - we wanted something tropical, relaxing and fuss-free but nicer than a normal hotel/resort. Likuliku was this and so much more! The reviews on here don't do it justice, you have to go and see for yourself. We arrived off the catamaran into a small fishing boat and within a few minutes, saw a huge sea turtle swimming next to us. We were greeted by song, drinks and the nicest staff I have ever met. The overwater bure we stayed in was heaven - we wanted to live there and never go home. The highlight of the room was the see-through glass panels on the living room floor. At night they turn the lights underneath the house on and this attracts schools of fish trying to get some bugs for dinner. The oceans around the island are protected so you get some pretty decent sized fish to watch. There are no TVs but you don't need one, but there is decent wi-fi in the bure if you are desperate to stay connected. We were a bit hesitant at first because of the price of this resort but honestly, the food itself covers the bulk of the price. Breakfast is a la carte AND buffet (with a juice machine which is totally all the rage now). You can order as much (or as little) as you like for any meal. Lunch and dinner are like mini degustations. I always left stuffed like a pig but was ready for the next male about 2 hours later because of the quality of the food and the chefs inventive ways of preparing all types of seafood and meat. Drinks were also reasonably priced (about FJD25 per cocktail) compared to the big chain resorts. I honestly cannot recommend Likuliku enough (not just because I like saying the name), we are normally really hard to please with cleanliness of accommodation and quality of food, and this was literally amazing. We are trying to figure out when we can come back!

Amyz1ng - Adelaide, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I have been fortunate to travel to some wonderful locations and dine at great restaurants & it's safe to say that I rate Likuliku Lagoon Resort as absolutely wonderful. We spent 5 days at the resort to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary and had a simply awesome time. We flew into Nadi and decided to spend the extra dollars (quite a few) to get a 10 minute helicopter ride across to the resort. Upon arrival, we were given a wonderful Fiji welcome and escorted to our beautiful overwater bure/bungalow (#10) which was pure heaven. Whilst there were many highlights, including snorkelling off the ladder on our bure, I must say that the food was incredible. There was a different menu each day featuring fantastic, delicious food washed down with a great selection of wine. Wrap this all up with friendly, warm, fun & very professional staff (by the way, the service at the restaurant was as good as you'd find at a top venue in Sydney or Melbourne) and you've got a brilliant holiday destination. As you can tell from this review, we really loved our stay and can't wait to go back.

evansclan - Sydney

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